Picked up Tuesday. Built Weds/Thurs. Ridden Saturday!!
Proper good. Def. not gravel, or road-plus, this is proper monster cross!! Very happy man!!
Hi! Hope all is well and that you are building bicycles like crazy. Yesterday Brian came to Mexico (to visit his brother) and brought my beautiful Seven 622 SLX in person. I am still out of words and I have a very jealous wife & kids back home. Today I had my professional fitting done and the fitter was out of words too. Attached a few pictures of the final build. Please thank everyone at Seven for their masterful work.
Al the best and warmest regards,
This bike features a red, black and bare Ti Dart paint scheme and matching silver Chris King headset and Alloy Ride wheelset.
Kevin sent this, and the following note, below, just this week:
The bike is here and it is gorgeous. I went for my first ride this morning and I wanted to tell you it feels EXACTLY right. You absolutely achieved my somewhat paradoxical request for a fast efficient bike fitting wide tires with fenders, kickstand too! It’s amazing just how lively it is, I’m definitely another happy customer. Some gratuitous pictures attached.
Another nice note from another happy Seven rider. This is Jim’s Evergreen SL with Goldfish pointed panels, and thru-axle front and rear. We never get tired of this, getting notes from our riders. It keeps us connected, every day, to what is great about bike building.
Wanted to follow up with a couple pictures of my Evergreen. It is an amazing bike. Wonderful to ride and the fit is perfect. First ride together and I was in love. Looking forward to my new Evergreen relationship!
Thank you for all your help pulling this together for me.
Have a wonderful Christmas.
We had these photos and message from John P in our inbox this week.
Since my last email I’ve done a second trip with my Airheart, this time to Italy (Monte Grappa and the Stelvio Pass) and France (Alpe d’Huez). As with my Maui experience the Airheart performed flawlessly and turned a few heads as ‘coupled’ travel bikes are known but rarely seen.
I’ve added a few pics from my Stelvio ride…